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Women in FinTech: Spotlight on Whitney Melford, Kensho Technologies

“With my transition into tech, I learned how important it is to make decisions for yourself, not based on what others or society expect of you.”

The next episode of our new “Women in FinTech” series features Whitney Melford, a product manager at Kensho Technologies, a machine learning and AI software company, that augments the human investor by helping them find and analyze market data.

From having one of the highest paying jobs in LA to moving across the country and joining startup Kensho, Whitney shares her insights into how to balance work and life and valuable lessons learned over her career.

Through sharing these stories, we hope to encourage everyone who has an interest in a career in finance or technology to pursue that goal.

If you are interested in joining the conversation and sharing your story please submit here and we will reach out. Be sure to also subscribe to the Quantopian Channel to catch all the latest Women in FinTech episodes!


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